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Sources of Law in Transition

Re‐visiting General Principles of International Law

General Principles of International Law have been a much contested source among International Law scholars. The ambiguity that surrounds their interpretation has resulted to a vivid dialogue around their legal nature, and their use in contemporary judicial practice of domestic and international tribunals. Globalization and the ever‐increasing complexity of International Economics affected the position of General Principles within the international legal system, and resulted to their progressive consolidation in the area of International Economic Law. Further examination of issues arising vis‐à‐vis General Principles could prove to be useful in other areas of law, in the same manner they addressed legal issues in International Economic Law.

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Published 21.12.2007
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